[Post-print] Induced energy polarization of the vacuum as the source of the Baryonic Tully-Fisher relationship and the Pioneer anomaly
Penner, A. Raymond
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A theory where the gravitational field of a mass induces a gravitational field contribution from the cosmos is presented. In this theory, entities of both net positive and net negative energy come into existence throughout the cosmos with a maximum lifetime in accordance with Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle. A model of the resulting contribution that these entities make to the gravitational field is provided and is shown to lead to both the baryonic Tully-Fisher relationship and the Pioneer anomaly.